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The Architec Recipe Rock Keeps Loose Recipes Out Of The Way Of Spills

The Architec Recipe Rock is a sleek and clever kitchen gadget that keeps your loose recipes off the counter and upright so they can be easily read and are out of the way of most spills.

Robosapien Toys May Be Play of The Future Today

With the Robosapien to, you have the chance to foster a child's interest in robots, and maybe set them on the path to an interest in one of the most future oriented of the developing scientists. The admittedly pricey toy has some great options for older kids who can enjoy the advanced features and the complex controls.

Lastest Eyewear Technology Now Available: Self-Adjusting Eye Glasses!

....Think about it. You read newspapers and hard-copy books at one distance, tablet and notebook computers at another distance, do crafts and hobbies at other distances.... And how far away do you have to hold food and personal care products these days to read the contents?

Making Touch Screens Out Of Thin Air With Light Touch

Creating a touch screen wherever you have a flat surface has certain perks. Find out how one company is making that dream a reality for consumers and companies. The folks over at the Light Touch company are making this a reality for homes, offices and businesses a reality with their product that allows any flat place to become a touch screen.

Robots and Restaurants and Travel In China

Robot servers may be closer than you think. Oh wait, they're already here. One restaurant in the nation of China is making the dream of a robot run eatery a reality. Just don't think that you are going to cry your way out of the check, after all your server is highly logical and unlikley to be swayed by emotions.

Stealth Wear: The Anti-Drone Hoodie For The Paranoid Fashionista

We may be living in a world of high tech espionage, but New York artist Adam Harvey is creating a line of clothing called Stealth Wear that will allow individuals to remain invisible. It is the sort of breakthrough that will have paranoid people around the globe turning in their tin foil hats for fashion-forward hoodies and scarfs.  Harvey's earliest creations are on display all this month at Primitive, a trendy West London boutique.

Turning Your Facebook Profile Into Art or Monsters!

Custom 3D printing is all the rage, and one company is helping you to turn your social networking profile into a custom monster, object or world with models starting at about $15 a head.The site allows you to turn your personal data into a creation that will allow you to make your profile into a visual treat.

Smartphone Data Usage Trumps Tablets

It looks like data use for smart phone users is on the rise, a change from the past when tablets ruled the data useage landscape. And will the iPhone users finally be dethroned from their data usage dominance by Samsung?

InTouch's Tablet Robot Gains Final FDA Approval

The RP-VITA gained its final approval for remote guidance, making it a valuable tool for facilities with virtual physicians on the go.

Mouseless Mouse Shown Off at CES

A look at a mouseless mouse that lets your fingers do the browsing.